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LLR Digital Skills Centre: Aula to Moodle guide

Information for Students

Information for students

Access Moodle using your LSBU username and password via this link: You should see a list of your modules. If they are not visible, then please use the guide below to add them to your account.

How To Enrol Yourself on a Module in Moodle

Watch this short video introducing you to LSBU's key platforms for online learning, including Moodle (our Virtual Learning Environment or VLE) and Microsoft Teams for video meetings. Press play and then click the box icon in the bottom right hand corner to expand the video to full screen.

Youtube video

Drop in sessions for students

We are offering drop in sessions that you can find in the upcoming workshops calendar if you have any quick queries. Please check regularly for appointments in the calendar below:

Upcoming Workshops

Appointments for students

We are also offering bookable 1-2-1 appointments if anyone requires additional help to navigate the platform. Book your 1-1 appointment by clicking on this link to My Account

Information for Staff

Information for academics

There are various resources to help Academics with using Moodle effectively. CRIT have created a site on OurLSBU which has information guides on Moodle essentials: Moodle resources on Connect

Information for Staff

Other resources for academics

Video resources

To access these video resources, staff will be asked to login with their standard LSBU login credentials. The username field can be filled in the either by the ‘surname+initial’ or the full email address (

Importing Content (from an old module) from:

Setting up your Moodle site for the next semester - Hybrid Learning Week webinar’:

Using Forums in Moodle 

Introduction to Panopto

The webinar while covering how to make and editing recordings with the LSBU’s lecture capture tool, it briefly covers the activation of recordings into a Moodle module (or ‘provisioning the course’, simply put linking it with Panopto) and the pedagogical uses a module can benefit from (first 9’ into the video) and the processes on how to embed the recordings into a Moodle module and how the student would view the recordings. How to add additional resources/activities, i.e. a quiz, to the embedded recordings is covered (from 27’32” onwards into the video):

Assessment, Submissions and Marking in Moodle

Tracking your Students progress in Moodle

Anonymous Marking in Moodle

Here the viewer needs to consider the Moodle interface being shown is from an earlier version and relates to the main Settings in the current Moodle interface - now shown on the top of module site as a cog wheel (by the ‘Turn Editing on’ button). Also, the module navigation template is slightly different in appearance but items more or less correspond to the current Moodle interface.

Also, at the end of the video the Moodle Help indicated now reads ‘Moodle Staff Help’ and can be found at bottom of the weekly units.

There are even more helpful resources on Moodle available on the link below.

Introduction to Moodle for Academics

Alternatively you can click on the link to the ezine.

Appointments for Academics

We are offering drop in clinics if you have quick queries on using Moodle. Please open the word document below to see when they are being held.

In addition, we are offering bookable 1-2-1 appointments if you require additional help to navigate the platform. Please email us at if you are a member of staff needing assistance.